VuWall, a technology leader in video wall control systems and unified visualization solutions, today announced the expansion of its VuStream encoder and decoder family with the new VuStream 510 appliance. Fully SDVoE compatible, the VuStream 510 encodes and decodes in the same compact, all-in-one device, adding incredible flexibility to system design and workflows. It distributes 4K60 4:4:4 digital video and audio over standard IP network switches with no latency and supports DisplayPort and HDMI auto-switching.
“When we introduced the VuStream lineup, our goal was to provide customers with interoperable, flexible and open-standards-based appliances to support the various requirements found in a single application,” said Mark Schmidt, CTO of VuWall. “The VuStream 510 continues that mission, accommodating customer needs by allowing organizations to replace traditional matrix switches with a more flexible, highly reliable and ultra-scalable solution.”
Easy to deploy, the VuStream 510 series enables the extension, switching and compositing of real-time signals using standard 10Gb network hardware. Compared to proprietary matrix switches, this technology provides a new and improved way of distributing signals, which is ideal for projects where high quality and low latency are paramount. In combination with the VuWall TRx centralized management platform, this solution simplifies the management and deployment of devices, saving system integrators a significant amount of time and money.
As an SDVoE streaming appliance, VuStream 510 is interoperable with other third-party SDVoE-supported solutions. It is available in fiber (VuStream 510-F) and copper (VuStream 510-C) options, both supporting uncompressed 4K video streams in 4:4:4 video format, including HDR, with end-to-end AES 128-bit encryption for secure data transport. The comprehensive streaming device features transceiver mode — which enables it to encode and decode streams simultaneously — including a loop-through output. It is also fanless and supports USB 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 for the latest in connectivity and digital rights management.
“As an SDVoE member, VuWall exemplifies the steadfast commitment of the alliance to create SDVoE technology that brings interoperability in AV distribution and processing,” said Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance. “The VuStream 510 appliance accelerates the replacement of the traditional matrix switch while providing customers with incredible system design freedom that supports the highest quality and security of 4K video transmissions.”